Lead the way to a world without pulmonary fibrosis.
Build a fundraising page now!
Do you want to raise awareness and funds for the pulmonary fibrosis (PF) community? Are you interested in supporting crucial research and vital programs that help people with PF and their families live better lives?
By creating your personal fundraising page through Team PFF, you will have a platform to share your story and connection to PF, raise awareness, and collect donations. You will join forces with passionate individuals from around the globe who are leading the way towards a world without pulmonary fibrosis. After you create your page, you can easily share it with your friends and family so they can get involved and help you reach your fundraising goal!
For step-by-step instructions on how to set up your page, click here. To get started, click "Create Your Fundraising Page."
Interested in hosting your own event?
Do you want to host a happy hour, golf tournament, walk, or other event to support the PFF? We will take care of creating your own unique event page.
To get started, register your event here or community walk here and we will be in touch with you shortly!
For more information or for fundraising resources, please contact Jackie Williams, Development Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312.224.4667.
When you join Team PFF, you are supporting PFF Signature Programs such as:
PFF Care Center Network
The PFF Care Center Network (CCN) offers patients access to high-quality, customized care from experienced medical professionals who understand their disease and can help manage their health. There are 42 CCN sites across the country.
The PFF Patient Registry is a collection of anonymous information about PF patients, including their diagnosis and how it was made, test results, medications taken, and medical outcomes. The PFF Patient Registry serves as a valuable resource to clinicians and researchers in the discovery of new treatments.
The PFF Patient Communication Center (PCC) is a trusted resource within the PF community and offers guidance for those affected by pulmonary fibrosis. The PCC staff is available to answer questions about the disease, treatments, insurance and assistance programs, the PFF Care Center Network, and support groups.
Support groups offer a unique opportunity for patients, caregivers, and families to share their experiences with peers who understand what it’s like to live with pulmonary fibrosis. The PFF Support Group Leader Network provides a forum for pulmonary fibrosis support group leaders to interact, exchange ideas, and discuss best practices.